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Kaiser Permanente to Host 15 MW of Solar

April 2010 - Kaiser Permanente, a nonprofit health management organization, announced plans to install a total of 15 megawatts (MW) of solar power. The installations, when complete, are expected to provide 10 percent of the electricity used at the host sites. The first installation will begin in April at a receiving warehouse in the San Francisco Bay Area city of Livermore.

Kaiser will purchase the solar power and all the associated Renewable Energy Certificates from San Francisco-based Recurrent Energy, which will own and operate the solar power systems.

News Release - Kaiser Permanente to Energize 15 California Facilities with Solar Power

Contact: Susannah Patton, 510-271-5826

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